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Let’s Talk: How Many Times Do You Have To Be Someone’s Fool Before You Get The Hint That It Is Not Meant To Be?

There have been plenty of times where we have either been in a toxic relationship or tried giving advice to someone else that’s in one. Many stay in the relationship in hope of change but ignore the fifty million signs of dishonesty and infidelity.

 

Being someone’s fool isn’t love. When someone loves you, they will respect you and do what it takes to make sure you are happy. Love isn’t going to constantly make you look dumb on a day to day basis.

 

How many times have we heard our friends venting about how they have been lied to and cheated on once again? We tell them how we feel and how they should part ways from the person. Of course, it’s easier said than done but when is enough, enough.

 

Stop allowing people to mistreat you. No one deserves to be unhappy, frustrated, and confused about who they are with. Be with someone who is going to love and appreciate you. Everyone deserves to be happy.

 

Remember, people only do what you allow them to do. So once again, how many times do you have to be someone’s fool?

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IPeachkyss is the Fashion Writer and Content Curator for Baller Alert, who keeps reader up-to-date on the latest trends, the latest luxury brand collections, and how to "ball" on a budget.  Peachkyss has her Bachelors in Elementary Education with a concentration in Mathematics from Norfolk State University and Masters in Middle Grades Mathematics from Walden University.  Have a question about what your favorite celeb is wearing or fashion advice, email me at [email protected] "Style is a way to say who are you are without having to speak."

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